If you’re a diehard vape enthusiast and find yourself chasing the biggest clouds possible, odds are you’re familiar with sub-ohm vaping. On the other hand, those new to vaping often become confused due to all of the terminology being tossed around – vape coils, sub-ohm, battery wattage, tank capacity, and the list goes on. We’re here to shed some light on the topic.
To begin with, there are two distinct types of customers that buy vape products, both with different levels of interest. There are those that enjoy tinkering and are passionate about vaping similar to chocolate addicts or oenophiles (connoisseurs of wine), and there are also people that enjoy vaping in it’s purest, simplest form. Yes, they indulge in different flavors of e-liquid, but don’t have sleepless nights searching for the best box mod, coils, etc.
Now that we’ve established a framework, let’s get back to the debate: sub-ohm vaping vs devices with fixed voltage.
Customers searching for flexibility, including being able to adjust flavors and power output, generally lean towards sub-ohm vaporizers and tend to be enthusiasts. Think of it like fishing: You have the fisherman that brings his rod/bait and catches fish, but you also have those with a passion for fishing that show up with multiple rods, boxes of lures, and the rest of the tackle shop.
On the flip side, many people welcome ease of use with open arms, so having the ability to avoid tinkering and simply use a product, whether it’s a coffee machine or vaporizer, is paramount. These are the types of customers that purchase fixed output vaping devices such as our e-cigs or Mistic 2.0 pod mod.
In the end, unfortunately there’s no definitive answer as to which type of device is best for you, but if you look inside yourself the answer will be clear. Best of all, we have innovative products that everyone will love, including our HAUS sub-ohm mod kit.